Best Brunch In Covent Garden

However yours comes, be it with slices of avocado, a must-have latte, or free-flowing prosecco, London's heart is in the breakfast business, promising great ideas from morning to mid-afternoon come the weekend. Whether it's a rooftop affair in a swish restaurant, a cosy cafe offering a wholesome bite to eat, or a bottomless party with drag queens, check out our recommendations for a Covent Garden brunch that will hit the spot. 

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Last edited by Kiera Chapman

Last updated on 18th July 2024

The Perception at W London

Afternoon Tea with with a glass of Coolhurst English Sparkling Wine - £67.50 and 3 other offers

The Perception at W London are all about impact and know what it takes to cook up the best breakfast in Covent Garden. Along with a sleek design (think towering glass walls and spiralling golden lights) and a lively atmosphere thanks to late-night music and performances, it's a dazzling spot that looks the part. Try everything from Eggs Your Way to The Dirty AKA a full English burger filled with crispy applewood smoked bacon for £18. If you're in the market for something a little lighter, then you'll love its chia seed bowls and super smoothies. 

Dirty Martini Covent Garden

Happy Hour and 1 other offer

Head to Dirty Martini in Covent Garden any day of the week for a 90-minute bottomless martini brunch promising a selection of signature and classic cocktail serves. From free-flowing mango and chilli martinis plus Beefeater blood orange G&Ts for that mid-afternoon pick-me-up, to dishes served up in their iconic birdcage sharers (think battered fish sliders and crispy truffle mushroom arancini), this is brunch with a difference in a spot that knows how to party.

Caravan Covent Garden

For a gorgeous brunch in the heart of Covent Garden, head to Caravan. Occupying a restored Grade II-listed building, heaps of natural light pours into this contemporary restaurant. Their brunch menu is served on weekends from 9am 'til 4pm and includes a range of fresh plates such as fried jalapeno cornbread, vanilla pancakes and smashed avo on sourdough, as well as their iconic blend of coffee. It's the perfect destination to visit with friends when looking to catch up over a couple of wholesome dishes made with quality ingredients, paired with a flat white.

Bunga Bunga Boy Band Buff Brunch

@ Bunga Bunga Covent Garden on Various dates from Saturday 27th July 2024

Our list of the best places to go for brunch in Covent Garden is topped off by this sensational iron-pumping show. The high-energy, vibrant venue Bunga Bunga presents their Boy Band Buff Brunch in all its sexy glory on Saturdays from £58 per person, where bottomless pizza meets, well, clothes-less men. Sip on 90 minutes of unlimited fizz as you're entertained by the most dazzling burlesque performers, circus acts and more. If you're feeling flirty? Upgrade to pink prosecco for just a fiver more. 

The Breakfast Club Seven Dials

If you're looking for some seriously good breakfast food, then head to The Breakfast Club in Seven Dials. In 2005, two friends came together to paint a small deli in Soho bright yellow and the rest is history. Specialising in quality comfort food, there is now an array of outposts all over the country, including two bars and a pub. At the Covent Garden haunt you can feast on fluffy pancake stacks loaded with cream and berries (£14), as well as runny eggs benedict with halloumi plus sundried tomatoes (£15). If you're feeling thirsty, this joint brews delicious coffees and whips up smoothies for £6 each too, all in an adorable retro setting, taking you back to cafes in the 70s thanks to its checkered flooring and wooden panelling. 

Bottomless Brunch At St Martins Lane

St Martins Lane is the restaurant that has you covered for sophisticated plates paired with a glossy aesthetic, featuring marble table tops and lime green pillars. Only a short walk from the station, this beaut spot packs a mouthwatering menu where you can grab two courses for £25 or £30 for three. Expect to discover dishes ranging from their signature lobster benedict to French toast with cinnamon and mango butter. Plus, drinks include bloody marys, limoncello spritzes and prosecco too.

Blame Gloria

Blame Gloria Covent Garden have bottomless brunches spanning pop icons, ABBA and 00s themes, meaning you get plenty of tunes across your drag-hosted meal in this quirky underground venue. Head down the steps, through a shimmery tunnel and slide into a floral booth opposite the disco ball bar to sip on 90 minutes of free-flowing bubbles. Opt for a jug of sex on the beach or Aperol spritz and tuck into a buttermilk fried chicken burger or fresh Caesar salad, served with fries, while your dazzling host gets the glam going.

Temper Covent Garden

Connoisuer of all things meaty, Neil Rankin serves up a cracking barbecue at his Covent Garden haunt. Situated on Mercer Walk only moments from the tube station, the glossy blue-tiled Temper offers a relaxed dining experience and one hell of a bottomless brunch. Head down on the weekend where ethically sourced steaks, cheeseburger tacos and truffle raclette chips join bottomless mojitos, bloody marys and more for an extra £29 per person, from 12pm 'til 3.30pm. If an unlimited BBQ sounds up your street, then head to its Soho or Shoreditch locations for the likes of house-made smoked beef sausages, pork burnt ends, and French Mid potatoes with gochujang butter, all for £45 each.

Brunch For 2

Cecilias Wine House on Drury Lane gives you the chance to lap up your first meal of the day in style. The central bar is well-known for supplying wine from just £6.50 a glass, doubling up as a shop in case a bottle takes your fancy. For £53, you and your friends can tuck into cheese boards, caviar, chocolate truffles and glasses of Champagne for brunch. Or, grab bottomless prosecco for two hours if you fancy making it a boozy one. This dainty restaurant, complete with exposed brickwork and shelves stacked with vino, is one of the many spots offering a glass of red with nibbles in the morning. Check out Amelies near Goodge Street and Clémence Bar while you're roaming about Central too. 


Get ready for high-energy drag performances, burlesque dancers, limbo, piñatas, bingo and more at Tequila Mockingbird's bottomless brunch. Choose from fiesta, disco or hoedown themes, while enjoying 90 minutes of unlimited margaritas, prosecco, beer and pizza, starting from just £35 per person. Expect heaps of party games and chances to strut your stuff under the disco ball as soon as the doors to this colourful outpost open, as its famed events are most definitely for the wild ones among you. 

All Bar One Covent Garden

Tapas Tuesday and 3 other offers

If a cheap brunch in Covent Garden is a priority then you'll love that All Bar One's bottomless affair is just £38 per person with 90 minutes of free-flowing drinks included. Choose between delicious dishes like shakshuka baked eggs with a chickpea and tomato stew or French toast smothered in glazed peaches, raspberries and ice cream - swoon. This fantastic deal is available every day until 4pm - it's also very tempting to upgrade your drinks to cocktails for an extra tenner to get the pineapple mezcalitas flowing. 


It's not hard to imagine you're dining in bohemian Paris when feasting at French bistro Balthazar. Located in the heart of Covent Garden, the elegant restaurant offers a candle-lit, romantic setting complete with leather booths and a brunch menu that's equally as appealing. Devour dishes like croque monsieurs and seafood platters full of rock oysters, crab mayonnaise, whelks and mussels. Drinks include bloody marys and grand mimosas, plus there's live jazz music to accompany your meal every weekend from 1pm 'til 4pm too. 

The Escapologist

If anyone knows how to throw a themed brunch, it's The Escapologist. Decked out with mirrored ceilings, floral wallpaper and surrealist imagery, this basement cocktail bar is getting even quirkier with a series of midday soirées ranging from an all-singing, all-dancing Mamma Mia blowout to a funk-filled affair, featuring hits from the 70s, 80s and 90s as part of its Soul Sistas do. And all of them are made even better with the addition of bottomless drinks, naturally, as well as grub in the form of loaded tato tots, sweet chilli pulled pork and buttermilk fried chicken burgers.

Flesh & Buns

An izakaya-style restaurant, Flesh & Buns brings a quirky twist to their Sunday brunch menu, served between 12pm 'til 4pm, and is the brainchild of the same team behind noodle masters Bone Daddies and ShackFuyu. The chefs here have spent over a decade perfecting the contemporary Japanese-inspired menu, and the Covent Garden outpost offers a relaxed space complete with exposed beams on the ceiling and concrete for flooring. Whether you opt for bottomless wine or prosecco, you can tuck into Korean fried wings, crispy duck leg buns and seafood ceviche, before moving onto their signature kinako donuts with black sugar custard, all for just £40 per person.

Inamo Covent Garden

Unlimited Asian tapas & sushi with free-flowing wine or beer £49.95 per person and 2 other offers

Inamo have thrown out the dining rulebook, offering a slice of the future, from its interactive projections to fully touch-sensitive tables where you can order your meal and play retro games like Space Invaders while you wait. These luminous activities paired with dark panelling, notes of marble and low-hanging lights make an innovative backdrop for a spot of brunch in the city. Its unlimited affair is available daily from 12pm 'til 4pm where you can feast on a bottomless supply of Asian tapas dishes, like sweet potato bao buns, Sichuan chicken and spicy tuna rolls matched with free-flowing fizz, wine and beer.

The Piano Works West End

Happy Hour and 1 other offer

Make your way over to The Piano Works West End on a Saturday afternoon for its live music-fuelled Brunch To The Beat. As two vocalists and a live six-piece band play your song requests, tuck into bites like eggs Florentine, king oyster mushrooms drizzled in miso butter or Cumberland sausage stacks, before desserts such as rocky road brownies follow. Tickets start from only a fiver and guarantee entry along with a welcome glass of prosecco to this electric haunt on Park Street. 

Mrs Riot's Bottomless Drag Brunch!

@ Mrs Riot on Saturday 27th July 2024 and 52 other Saturdays

Bring Saturdays to life with this raucous event in the heart of the city. Inspired by one of London's first sirens and role models, Kitty Clive, Mrs Riot embodies her rebellious nature from its punk and pop decor to its experience-led feasts that pack heaps of hilarity and debauchery: particularly the Bottomless Drag Brunch. It includes free-flowing cocktails, unlimited vegan cupcakes and fabulous queens (including the beloved Mango Marshall) putting on a vibrant show, with dances, outfits and lip-syncing in tow. With tickets from £45, we think this a no-brainer, especially with fresh pizza straight from the oven which can be purchased along with your bottomless drinks as part of its summer menu. Gather your pals and head to this cute bar, complete with patterned wallpaper and electric vibes, where you can travel back in time to 1700s theatreland and anything goes. 

Dishoom Covent Garden

Dishoom's breakfast naans are famous, and it's their Covent Garden restaurant that can really dish 'em up. It celebrates the cuisine of Bombay in a glamourous setting, with soft interiors accented by greens, pinks and browns. The breakfast menu promises signature staples, including a bacon naan roll for £9.50. Pair that with a house chai or breakfast lassi and you've got yourself a great start to the day. If you're looking to spice it up a bit, opt for the saucy Kejriwal, which features two fried eggs on chilli cheese toast, or, for the oat enthusiasts among you, you'll be thrilled to find this joint dishes up bottomless date and banana porridge. 

Big Easy Covent Garden

An unlimited BBQ boozy brunch on the weekend? Big Easy's got you covered with its American Gulf-inspired fare in the capital. Drop by this industrial-style haunt, adorned with ropes hanging from its exposed ceiling and distressed red light fixtures, during the weekend for a full-on feast starting from £29.50 per person. Choose a main from the likes of St Louis ribs, pulled pork and a variety of sides like slaw, paired with free-flowing prosecco, beer, frozen mojitos or wine. Book for up to groups of 12 and enjoy two hours of delicious nosh - you can even opt for a whole lobster affair which involves a side of chips. Mmm. 

Dalloway Terrace

You might have seen this botanical beauty on your Instagram feed as it's an incredibly well-snapped restaurant, thanks to its pretty floral walls and dainty patio sets with thatched seats and white marble table tops. Offering heated space akin to a secret garden in the winter and a gorgeous alfresco hangout in the summer, the quintessentially English eatery Dalloway Terrace is a crowd-pleaser all year round. It doesn't scrimp in the brunch department either, serving two courses for £38 or three for £45 come the weekend. To start, inhale plates like Severn & Wye smoked salmon atop homemade Guinness bread, with a dollop of crème fraiche, then move on to a native lobster roll for mains. If you're still hungry, then you'll love the twice-baked custard tart.


This cosy coffee house on Southampton Street is where Australia meets South America. Abuelo's interiors are relaxed, with dark wooden furnishings, forest green cushions and a large image of a natural, sandy landscape spread out behind the bar which adds to the tranquil atmosphere. Its brunch menu includes an array of aesthetically pleasing dishes, such as fresh figs and honey, whipped mascarpone on sourdough, plus a kimchi sandwich, made using fluffy, fresh ciabatta. Its classic dish, The Bondi, is not to be missed, featuring avocado, a poached egg, Windrush Valley farm goats cheese, pickled jalapenos, and dukkah served on bread. 

Da Henrietta

Having breakfast in Covent Garden? Head to Da Henrietta, the restaurant and bar of the pretty boutique hotel in the centre of the city. The eatery focuses on Italian gastronomy, with an emphasis on flavour and presentation that's mirrored in the bright and airy modern decor. There's an array of dining options for first thing in the morning here, from a buffet entailing charcuterie and fluffy pastries for £24 a head, plus dishes such as eggs royale alongside smoked salmon and a full English. 


Christopher's is a stunning bistro located in the heart of Covent Garden that exudes sophistication and charm, with modern interiors and its very own martini bar. Its menus boast a wealth of sumptuous American flavours and it's famous for whipping up the best French toast in town. Choose between either milk or dark chocolate brioche, slathered in glossy melted sauce and finished with a scoop of ice cream. You'll also be able to devour plates such as huevos California and its signature omelette too, so there's something for everyone, regardless of how sweet your tooth is. 

Radio Rooftop

You can't compile a list with gems like this and not feature the best place for a rooftop brunch in Covent Garden. Fronting panoramic views of the Thames and other famous landmarks from the 10th Floor of ME London, this haunt is decked out with comfy sofas and pretty potted plants underneath a soaring triangular ceiling. Brunch at Radio Rooftop is served on the weekend and includes moreish plates like duck hash (£19), American-style pancakes (£16) and short rib burgers (£21), followed by a cocktail sorbet (£14) such as the vodka and Champagne-based Florian.